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Posted on December 5, 2010 1 Comment
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said on Friday that there were some references to UFOs in “yet-to-be-published” confidential files obtained from the U.S. government.
Asked if he has ever been forwarded documents dealing with UFOs or extraterrestrials, Assange responded, “Many weirdos e-mail us about UFOs or how they discovered that they were the anti-Christ whilst talking with their ex-wife at a garden party over a pot plant. However, as yet they have not satisfied two of our publishing rules: 1) that the documents not be self-authored; 2) that they be original.
“However, it is worth noting that in yet-to-be-published parts of the Cablegate archive, there are indeed references to UFOs.”
Posted on November 12, 2010 2 Comments
better than no job by antwerpenR
Bros Guide to Getting a Bro-job from a Slampiece
Guys, you can back me up on this. Everybody loves a good beej occasionally… or more like every minute of every day. Of course, some of us don’t have enough Q factor to have a slampiece at our beckon call who’s BJ-ready. The fact is that most of us spend our precious time negging girls hardcore and working our Q, but they can’t even appreciate the our hard work by opening up and saying ah.
If the stars and the planets align and you find that, after hours of begging and pleading — even though you know they want it — you have a willing slampiece, then there are some rules you should abide to make sure this movie opens on multiple nights.
Be smart here and don’t ruin it for her. You’re already smarter than most bros because you’re reading this article. Good bros know that you gotta work out your mind just as much as you work your quads.
Here are a few things you shouldn’t do to not spoil it for a honey.
One: Know where to finish
No matter how many times you’ve watched There’s Something about Mary and think it’d be hilarious to give her a little bit of super-hold mousse, don’t ruin her hair. She probably paid like way too much money at the salon for that. She’ll be like super pissed cause you wasted her money. You’re not Ben Stiller dude.
Two: Don’t Switch-Up the Style!
Yeah, we’ve all got our signature move (the ladies need that personal touch), but I’ve seen way too many bros cash their check in when they start grabbing her head and thrusting it downward with the ferocity of Rainman trying to finish up before Wapner. Yeah, Rain Man was a pretty tight movie.
Three: Never Lose your Focus!
Yeah, so it’s totally pimp to watch TV or check your Facebook while your girl’s doing the do down below. Have you ever seen Swordfish, bro? Some guy got a beej while hacking into the government or something. That movie was tighter than a mother-eff.
Stay cool though. If you’re gonna be on the internet, this isn’t the time to be planting crops on your Farmville account. If you’re expecting it to happen again, you have to let her know you care. While she’s down there, you could post a <3 on her Facebook wall or something. Be creative.
Four: Don’t be an Ingrate!
Guys, say thank you. Buy her a steak or something afterwards. Real men don’t pay, but even if you are paying for the job, be a gracious employer. If you make her feel like you didn’t appreciate all the hard work that she did working your hard, she might wanna file for worker’s comp or something.
That’s pretty much it. Follow those four steps and you should be good to go with getting daily do. Now find a slampiece of your own and start practicing.
Posted on November 8, 2010 Leave a Comment
One very good example of a reverse-engineered law (i.e. no law at all, but a presentation of what has happened) is the one called Moore’s Law. From the evolution of this law, one can see how this type of laws are created: they are basically continuously modified to fit what has happened in the past. So they have actually very little predictive power in the long run. I believe many laws in economics are just like this one, but let me concentrate on this, because this is way closer to my circle of competence and work.
I absolutely admire what Gordon Moore and Intel has done so this article is in no way meant as attack against them. I don’t know who have modified the law and when, but that does not matter in the end because the “law” now in circulation has very little to do with the original one.
Posted on November 7, 2010 Leave a Comment
Something is happening to Japan’s young men. Compared with the generation that came before, they are less optimistic, less ambitious and less willing to take risks. They are less likely to own a car, want a car, or drive fast if they get a car. They are less likely to pursue sex on the first date – or the third. They are, in general, less likely to spend money. They are more likely to spend money on cosmetics.
Japan’s young men mystify their girlfriends and their bosses. They confound the advertisers who aim products at them. They’ve been scrutinized and categorized by social commentators, marketing consultants and the government. And they unnerve just about everybody who makes long-term projections about Japan’s flagging birthrate and fading economy. Japan will grow or falter, economists and sociologists say, upon the shoulders of these mild, frugal, sweet-mannered men.
To hear the analysts who study them tell it, Japanese men ages 20 to 34 are staging the most curious of rebellions, rejecting the 70-hour workweeks and purchase-for-status ethos that typified the 1980s economic boom. As the latest class of college graduates struggles to find jobs, a growing number of experts are detecting a problem even broader than unemployment: They see a generation of men who don’t know what they want.
Posted on November 6, 2010 Leave a Comment
1. Newspaper comics are dead. I wish it were otherwise, but it’s impossible to get around the fact that no one under a certain age—and that age gets higher all the time—considers newspapers essential daily reading. The strip format will survive online, and maybe in other print media (four-panel comics are currently very popular in Japan, where they typically run in weekly magazines in chunks of six strips at a time), but the classic syndicated newspaper strip has been dying for a long time and I see little hope for resuscitation. Enjoy Richard Thompson’s glorious Cul de Sac, because it’s probably the last great comic strip.
4. The audience is infinitely fragmented. Contrary to popular belief, a lot of teenage comics fans don’t read manga. Or they used to read manga, but they’ve long since moved on to something else. There’s almost nothing that everybody reads. I’ve talked to kids for whom Scott Pilgrim is the modern equivalent of Watchmen—a seminal reshaping of the pop-cult universe they inhabit—and kids who have never heard of it, kids who only read shonen manga and kids who only read shojo manga, kids who are only interested in goth comics or zombie comics or Fables. Open the discussion to webcomics, and the audience fragments all the way down to the tip of the long tail; on the Internet, everyone is famous for fifteen people.
Posted on November 5, 2010 Leave a Comment
Now that umami, the indescribable flavor associated with yumminess in foods like soy sauce and cheese, has been declared the fifth taste, chefs are moving on to kokumi, a taste that is often described as richness or “mothfulness.”
Kokumi is a non-tasting food or flavoring that, when combined with other foods, enhances “sweet, salty, and umami tastes” according to Japanese researchers at Ajinomoto, a Japanese seasonings and food product company, that published their findings in the November 2009 and January 2010 editions of the Journal of Biological Chemistry.